The 20-year-old Audubon man who conspired with two juveniles to rob a
Subway restaurant last year and stole from another business was
sentenced to two years of probation this week, according to court
A 52-year-old rural Carroll woman improperly took control of her ailing
father’s finances in an apparent attempt to divert his assets away from
her brothers, her siblings allege in court records.
The state’s highest court will review whether Sac County law officers
should have advised a killer of his right to an attorney before they
A 32-year-old Scranton man is accused of spray-painting the interior
walls of Lynch Livestock while the company was closed and of stealing a
stocking cap and boots before he left.
A 46-year-old Omaha woman should serve no prison time for stealing about
$52,000 from her ailing Manning grandmother, a judge decided Thursday.
A 55-year-old Lake City man who bludgeoned and stabbed to death two
people in a Glidden trailer house in 2014 lost his appeal for a new
trial on Wednesday.
The amount of money Crawford County Memorial Hospital paid to the estate
of an Arion woman who died after a botched colonoscopy remains secret
despite explicit state law that bars public organizations from engaging
in confidential settlements.
A 36-year-old Jefferson man and his wife are accused of numerous
burglaries and thefts in the past year in four counties that apparently
funded their methamphetamine habits.
The 37-year-old Carroll man who avoided an attempted murder conviction
last month in Sac County is set to plead guilty for a Carroll County
felony burglary case next month, according to court documents.
Federal prosecutors have asked a judge to approve the forced psychiatric
medication of a 57-year-old Carroll man to make him fit to stand trial
for a weapons charge, according to court records.
A 46-year-old Schleswig man will serve up to five years in prison for
firing his shotgun at law-enforcement officers in a March standoff at
his apartment, according to court records.
The Pizza Ranch owner accused of conspiring to torch his restaurant in
January pleaded guilty to criminal mischief and arson Tuesday but will
not go to prison.
Incriminating text messages sent to Robert Schultz from his brother’s
cellphone that appear to coincide with the arson of Schultz’s restaurant
in Jefferson are hearsay and cannot be used as evidence to convict him
of the crime, a judge ruled last week.
The 31-year-old Westside man who is guilty of two felonies for sexually
abusing a child relative has appealed his convictions and prison
sentence, according to court records.
The 57-year-old Texas man accused of taking about $250,000 from four
people — including a Coon Rapids woman — to invest in fake foreign
currency pleaded guilty Monday to four felonies in different counties.
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